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as your headlines this morning. he didn't want to kill terrorists in afghanistan perhaps because he wanted to kill americans right here at home. awol soldier may have been inspired by al-qaida cleric copycat to the ft. hood massacre, they are checking into that following his arrest and confession that he wanted to, "get even" with the army allegedly plotting two attacks near the base. the suspected gunman in the original attack had direct contact with awlaki. yesterday, they announced they found jihadist literature in his hotel room. he made headlines in 2009 refusing to deploy to afghanistan. >> i don't want to get deployed because i believe i can't both deploy and be a muslim. >> abdo was facing court-martial on child pornography charges when he went awol from fort campbell, kentucky. they alerted police that he had been actly suspiciously. hasan bought weapons before his alleged shooting spree. they think he planned the attack alone and they're no longer in danger. >> we today would have been giving you a different briefing. >> the gun store clerk that tipped off police, former marine
'm gretchen carlson. a u.s. soldier says he's not going to afghanistan. >> i don't want to deploy because i believe i can't both deploy and be a muslim. >> no, police say he'd rather kill americans here at home. a twisted home grown terror plot revealed. >> meanwhile, it's back to the drawing board! again. john boehner's debt deal vote called off last night. is there anything the speaker can do with democrat insisting they'll kill it as soon as it arrives in the senate no matter what. >> he ran eight miles and had 2500 fans cheering him on and ended up raising
to counter the threats we'll see. >> reporter: but the wars in iraq and afghanistan will likely be over before it's deployed. the first one is suppose to be combat ready by 2016. but this stealth fighter really wouldn't be used in conflicts like iraq and afghanistan. it would be used against countries with serious air defense systems. alisyn: did you ask them to give you a ride in that? >> we had a ride in an as bring which was he -- a ride in an osprey which was equally cool. alisyn: a tribute to a fallen soldier. a special interview with his family about a foundation set up in his name to help our veterans and families of other fallen heros. >> the son of a marine, travis aspired to follow in his father's footsteps and was accepted by the u.s. naval academy. extra vision was killed by a sniper while attempting to save his fellow marines from danger. with diabetes, it's tough to keep life balanced. i don't always have time to eat like i should. that's why i like glucerna shakes. they have slowly digestible carbs to help minimize blood sugar spikes, which can help lower a1c. [ ma announ
versions of franklin and bash. >> that will never happen in afghanistan because they won't have a show. i don't care how liberated they are with two gay men. that will never, ever happen. >> i would like them to remake "hanging with mr. cooper" i would move there. >>> coming up, is internet anonymity a good thing or internet anonymity a bad thing? you are watching "red eye" on fnc so stick around. >> guests stay minutes off exit 23. now serving complimentary breakfast. >>> would people have more shame if they knew how to use their name? there would be fewer cyber-attacks if everybody had names attached. i think anonymity on the internet has to go away. people behave better when they have their real names down. they feel they can say whatever they want behind closed doors. eric schmidt called on-line anonymity dangerous and says governments will demand that folks use their names for all internety activity. but privacy and free speech says hiding identity is important to protect dissidents and other people. here is how i protect it on-line. >> gm going to have to change it up now. should pe
about america's involvement in iraq and afghanistan and he carried around a card, remember, geraldo, that this is basically, you know, with jihadist brand line on it. okay. let's not forget that. >> i'm not forgetting anything. did i argue with o'reilly when hasan massacre happened saying, wait a second, is he truly motivated by his radical religious politics or is he just a nut job? in this case i think it will become clear because of who he was targeting that he is indeed a homegrown domestic terrorist. i caution everybody. in 2009, the same year that hasan killed 13 of our dear g.i.'s at fort hood, earlier that year a sergeant named john russell, a white guy from texas killed five of his fellow g.i.'s in baghdad. so, you know, we don't call him a texas terrorist or a christian terrorist. we have to be very careful. >> laura: you still think we don't have a problem with radicalization of men, mostly men, in the united states who have made their way into, you know, these very important positions, who carry and harbor grudges and have plans for maiming and destroying american lives.
but was budgeted on the iraq and afghanistan wars and a number of things conservatives will say don't add up to significant real spending cuts. the concern for conservatives is as this bill moves forward other things will be tacked onto it once the house has to vote on it and they do a final conference on this bill, it's possible you could see things snuck in there that would lead to revenue increases as well. lots of speculation about what this bill would look like says time has run out. it's time for everybody to stand and vote for his bill. we'll see where this goes from here. this is a big development in many sways that was push by what we saw last night. and it brought us to this stage of the game. let's listen to that sound bite we had from harry reid, then we'll talk more about this. >> the republican plan is not a solution. as experts say, all too soon we would be back in the midst of partisan rankling with our economy once again held prisoner by extremists in the republican party led by the tea party. martha: he's calling the pea tarty extremists. as you well know, he said several o
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